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|Occupation||Ruler of the Northern Kingdom|
|Relatives|| Unnamed father|
King Cassius II (grandfather)
King Cassius I (great-grandfather)
Duke Stuart (uncle)
|Current Location||Saint Haven Castle|
|Voiced by|| Raphael Barker (English SEA)|
Shiori Izawa (Japanese)
|Likes|| All things red|
Knight King Cassius
|Affiliation||Cassius Castle Guild|
Cassius III is the young king of the northern kingdom, named after his grandfather and former king, Cassius II. He currently resides in Saint Haven Castle in Saint Haven, the capital city of the Northern Kingdom.
He received the throne at a young tender age, and aspires to be a great respected ruler like Knight King Cassius. Because of his youth, family members are often overly protective of him, especially his uncle, whom he often complains about.
Despite his age and his earlier-than-expected rise to the throne, he has shown sympathy towards the soldiers of the Saint Haven Army, and has been striving hard to become a good leader to them. He has also shown an interest in becoming an adventurer, although his current status prohibits, if not heavily restricts, his actions.
His dream of becoming an adventurer has caused him to decide to switch roles with an impoverished boy named Robinson, who closely resembles him, and keeping this secret activity with him to themselves and a Royal Guard named Donald, who agreed to cooperate with him.
Initially, Cassius and Robinson were able to switch roles without most people noticing, and during these adventures, Cassius realized that the world outside the castle is in fact dangerous not as exciting as he imagines it to be, although this didn't stop him from going into more adventures himself. Soon, Cassius' stay outside the castle became more frequent, and Donald, the only one who knows about the secrets of the king and Robinson, has decided to use this opportunity to try to destabilize the kingdom by permanently replacing Cassius with Robinson and killing Cassius.
With the help of the Player, Donald's plan was thwarted while the role-switching affair between Cassius and Robinson remained a secret.
- "Ca-can you describe the world outside?"
- "You are dismissed."
"Do come to me often and tell me about your adventures. Maybe anytime soon..."
- Cassius' and Robinson's plot is a parody of the tale The Prince and the Pauper.
- Cassius' is one of the characters with more than one Bromide. The other being Irine.
In other localizationsEdit
Japanese for Cassius